Why is Mission Santa Clara de Asis in Santa Clara?
boys were dumb and smart.
mission Santa Clara de Asis is the 8th mission
What is the purpose of Mission Santa Clara De Asis
santa Clara de asis is a church
facts abouts mission clara de asis
the daily chores on the mission santa clara de asis?
mission santa Clara did not face any problems Santa Clara de Asis was the 8th mission found
it took 83 years to build mission santa clara clara de asis.
The Ohlone was the Indian tribe at the mission Santa Clara de Asis.
The Mission Santa Clara de Asis was built in 1777 on January 12.
Santa Clara De Asis mission was the first one to be name by a women.
Santa Clara de Asis was built on January 12, 1777.
mission santa Clara was made of adobe brick
Santa Cruz and San Jose are the two closest missions to Santa Clara de Asis.
Mission Santa Clara De Asis produced candles, adobe, and tiles. They also produced wheat, fruits, and other crops.
Cows were raised at Santa Clara.
Mission Santa Clara was found on January 12, 1777.
what is a mission
the ohlone indians
Santa Clara de Asis had only one patio. The patio is located next to the workshops and the Church. Santa Clara de Asis is the eighth mission built in the chain of 21 missions. Santa Clara (mission) had the second largest livestock! Oh yeah back to the point....I hope this helped you on your 4th grade mission project!
Savanna the snob street
They worked on the mission.
livstock and crops
Yes, at the Mission Santa Clara de Asis, the eighth of the California missions.
Catholicism was the religion of the mission.
The number of Santa Clara de Asis is #8
There are four statues at Santa Clara de Asis.
The Mission Santa Clara church is used by the Santa Clara University community for Masses, baptisms, weddings and funerals.
Santa Clara was rebuilt 5 times
santa clara burned down6 times and was moved 5
Padres, priests, soldiers, Indians,and all their families worked and lived at mission Santa Clara de Asis.
The mission was named for St. Clare of Assisi
what is near misson santa clara de asis
Fray Junioero Serra
i dont know man
Banks of Guadalupe River
yes it was in 1823
St. Clare of Assisi
they grew orchards
That was Junipero Serra.
santa Clara de asis is famous for helping people
the first Mission Santa Clara was made of upright logs with a dirt roof
Padres at Mision Santa Clara de Asis brought Christianity to the Ohlone and Costanoan people. They gave them a place to worship and taught them about the teachings of Christians.
Catedral de Santa Clara de Asis was created in 1923.
Padre Viader, an athletic man, was in charge of the mission.
the ohlone Indians
it does not have a nickname and they have the second biggest livestock
the ohlone tribe lived there
yes they did grow crops